Piramal Enterprises Surges Over 13%, Hits 52-Week High On Q4 Earnings
Piramal Enterprises' consolidated net profit came in at Rs 310.96 crore compared wirth Rs 193.07 crore during the same period last financial year. Its total income from operations rose to Rs 2,462.26 crore from 1,691.03 crore in March 2016. For the full financial year 2016-17 Piramal Exterprises' net profit rose 38 per cent to Rs 1,252.33 crore from Rs 904.74 crore in FY2017-18.
Ajay Piramal, chairman of Piramal Enterprises, said "We are pleased to announce that Piramal Enterprises has achieved robust revenue and profitability for the year. The Company has delivered Rs 8,547 crores of revenues for the year, recording a 34 per cent growth; and net profits of Rs 1,252 crores for FY2017, up 38 per cent over last year. Strong growth across all businesses during the quarter enabled us to deliver the best quarterly performance over the last few years. We remain steadfast in our commitment to generate year-on-year improved performance and to drive innovative strategic business initiatives that bolster growth, strengthen our market leadership and consistently create long-term value for our shareholders."
Revenue from pharma business was 31 per cent higher at Rs 1,214 crore in Q4 FY2017 and 12 per cent higher at Rs.3,893 crore in FY2017, Piramal Enterprises said in a press release.
It added that its revenue from global pharma business rose 29 per cent to Rs 1,103 crore on the back of addition of new products, strong order book and deliveries across all key segments of the business.
Income from its financial services was 81 per cent higher at Rs 999 crore and revenues from information management business grew by 8.8 per cent to Rs 227 crore in the March quarter, added the Mumbai-based company.
Piramal Enterprises' loan book grew by 87 per cent to Rs 24,400 crore in financial year 2016-17 compared with Rs13,048 crore in the previous financial year.
As of 11:14 am, shares of Piramal Enterprises traded 11 per cent higher at Rs 2,887, outperforming the Nifty which was up 0.4 per cent.